Transcript
  • 00:01    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:19    |    
    Greeting
  • 1:25    |    
    Introduction
  • 3:13    |    
    The interest of economists in the radio spectrum
    • Questions asked to Ronald Coase by the FCC
    • Situation in the year 2000
  • 5:13    |    
    Reasons why it was not possible to liberalize the spectrum in the U.S.A.
    • No property rights
    • The spectrum in the U.S.A. is allocated by fiat
    • Licenses auctioned
  • 7:12    |    
    No market for radio spectrum
  • 8:41    |    
    Diagram of alternative band plans
  • 19:50    |    
    Process of spectrum regulation in the U.S.A.
  • 27:30    |    
    Silence of the entrants
    • Initial reactions
    • Slogan of the FCC
  • 34:22    |    
    The creeping liberalization
  • 38:36    |    
    The policy goal
  • 40:00    |    
    The case of Guatemala
  • 42:04    |    
    Credits


Property Rights and Spectrum Policy

New Media  | 08 de mayo de 2003  | Vistas: 2717

 

Credits

Property Rights and Spectrum Policy
Tom Hazlett

Guatemala, May 8th 2003
Universidad Francisco Marroquín

A producction of New Media - UFM
Camera / digital editing: Rebeca Zúñiga; index: Inés Zúñiga; publication: Pedro David España

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